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where do you go to cancel your account?
i want to cancel my account but i don't know how. can anyone tell me how to do so?

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Scroll down to the bottom of the page,  select Help,    Search for   Cancel

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can anyone help me?

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Find CK's fine print... here's how

READ THIS COMPLETELY:  The DEACTIVATION button is in your security settings in the dropdown underneath your profile in the upper right corner.  BUT their trick is that they don't post the option to deactivate UNLESS YOU GET THE OPTION ADDED.  Here's how I did it:

1) Scroll to bottom of the page and click on TERMS OF USE

2) Scroll down TERMS OF USE until you find the section on cancelling

3) Click on the fine print links to get you to the HELP CENTER (you must go this way, if you go directly to help center it won't provide the link)

4) At the help center there will be a link about cancellation from the help center.  Lots of scary words trying to make you keep your account.  Once you click on these links it will ADD the cancellation option to your SECURITY SETTINGS

5) Go back to the dropdown and click on your SECURITY SETTINGS in upper right hand corner.  Then scroll down and low-and-behold the deactivation button will magically appear!!!

6) Once they see that someone has listde the directions they will find another way to hide it.

I'm about to do this now.  BYE!!!!

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